Redmond Magazine Wins Award for Best Computers/Software, Training & Program Development/Trade
Western Publications Association honors Redmond magazine with a Maggie.
IRVINE, CA. May 13, 2005 - Redmond magazine, the independent voice of the Microsoft IT community, was recently honored with a Maggie Award for Best Computers/Software, Training & Program Development/Trade from the Western Publications Association (WPA). The association has been honoring excellence in print an electronic magazine publishing in the western United States for over half a century.
Redmond magazine, a 101communications’ publication, is delivered monthly to 119,000 qualified subscribers. Each issue provides readers with the information, strategies, and behind-the-scenes insight into Microsoft and the Windows computing platform. These readers are the decision drivers of the industry and include IT managers, network managers, network administrators and system administrators.
“It is a great honor for Redmond magazine to win this Maggie award. It validates the incredible amount of time and energy our staff puts into Redmond Media Group’s products. We continually strive to make Redmond magazine the very best it can be and deliver a fantastic product to both readers and advertisers,” said Henry Allain, Publisher, Redmond Media Group.
WPA’s 54th Annual Maggie Awards ceremony was held April 22 in Los Angeles. The non-profit trade association presents awards of merit to individuals and companies whose work was deemed the best of magazines published West of the Mississippi River or distributed only West of the Mississippi River. This year’s competition included nearly 1,900 entries.
About Redmond magazine.
Originally founded in 1995 as Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine, the magazine was re-launched as Redmond in October 2004 to reflect an evolution and increasing level of responsibility among the readership. Redmond magazine provides cutting-edge product, business and how-to information to network professionals, IT managers and IT directors focusing on the Microsoft Windows platform. For more information, visit http://redmondmag.com.
Founded in 1998, 101communications is an integrated media company aimed at specialized targets within the information technology community. Reaching more than 1.5 million IT professionals around the world, the current portfolio includes 10 magazines, more than 30 conferences, and extensive digital offerings. For more information visit www.101com.com.